Project Dance to host nine 2017 events
Project Dance describes itself as “a movement of dancers seeking to positively impact culture through artistic integrity.” Offering training, education and performance opportunities for dancers worldwide, the organization’s goal is to see “every dancer nurtured to their fullest human potential.”
Project Dance recently announced it will host its New York City signature event in nine major cities in 2017. The event, which occurs over a three-day weekend, includes dance classes, motivational forums, networking and a free all-day dance concert held in a prominent downtown location. This year’s cities include Houston, Orlando, Paris, San Francisco, Oklahoma City, New York City, Bogota (Colombia), Lima (Peru) and Greenville.
Cheryl Cutlip, founder and executive director of Project Dance, previously explained, “The purpose of the outdoor dance concert is to share our talent with the public and to communicate a message of hope and healing through the language of dance.”
Project Dance was born 15 years ago out of a desire to serve the people of New York City directly after the events of September 11th. Now, thousands of New Yorkers stop to watch the concert held each year on a temporary stage on the corner of 44th Street and Broadway.
Although the weekend is designed to give participants the opportunity to perform and take master classes, Project Dance also strives to inspire dancers as artists and individuals. Some of the activities over the weekend focus on the intersection of faith and art.
Project Dance is not a convention or competition but rather a life-changing experience for dancers who desire to perform with an integrity to inspire. The event is meant to equip and encourage dancers as they seek their calling in the world of dance.
For individual city event dates or to register, visit Project Dance’s website at www.projectdance.com. For specific questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Project Dance will be updating event details on it’s website as they become available. Each city will have posted information about it’s event and continue updating the page leading up to the dates.